Melasma laser treatment

Melasma Solutions: Discover the Best Treatments for Even-Toned Skin

Brown or grey patches, known as melasma, commonly occur on the face, most frequently on the cheeks, forehead, nose, and upper lip. The excess synthesis of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colour, is to blame.

Melasma treatments include a variety of lasers, such as the CO2 fractional laser and the non-ablative Q switch Nd:YAG laser, both of which are available at LLC Cosmetic Laser Clinics. These laser procedures have the potential to significantly diminish the appearance of melasma and restore the skin's natural clarity and tone.

What Happens During The Treatment?

The top layers of skin are the ones targeted by the CO2 fractional laser used to treat melasma. Melasma may fade with time as this procedure triggers the skin's natural healing response. Improved skin texture and fewer wrinkles may result from the treatment's increased collagen production.

Melasma laser treatment

The CO2 fractional laser treatment we utilise for melasma will be tailored to the patient's exact condition and goals. Another effective method of treating melasma is the use of a non-ablative Q switch Nd:YAG laser. The melanin in the skin is the intended target of this laser treatment, which works by fragmenting the melanin into smaller pieces. The body's natural systems then take over and absorb these particles, reducing the appearance of melasma.

When combined with additional treatments, such as topical skincare products, the non-ablative Q switch Nd:YAG laser provides the best results for our patients at LLC Cosmetic Laser Clinics. This combined strategy has the potential to improve the skin's texture and tone as a whole while also diminishing the marks left by melasma.

Who Benefits Most From This Treatment?

Patients of various skin tones, especially those with darker complexions, can benefit from therapy with the non-ablative Q switch Nd:YAG laser. Due to the fact that it is a non-invasive operation, there is no recovery period and patients can resume their regular activities right away.

Each patient at LLC Cosmetic Laser Clinics receives individualised care based on a thorough assessment of his or her condition. We care about our patients and their goals for treatment, and we use our knowledge and cutting-edge technology to guide them there.

Final Thoughts

Melasma can be difficult to treat, but with the correct combination of therapies and a specialised strategy, we can restore our patients' clear, even-toned skin and their self-esteem. Melasma sufferers who are interested in consulting with one of our board-certified cosmetic specialists should call LLC Cosmetic Laser Clinics today.

Please call us today on 07 3092 1378 or leave an enquiry.

Medically Reviewed by

Dr Diana

Dr Diana

I'm Dr. Diana, a PhD holder with a Postgraduate Diploma in Dermal Science, specializing in advanced laser and medical physics. As the founder of LLC Cosmetic, my mission is to help everyone reach their aesthetic potential. I'm deeply passionate about the art of dermatology and committed to delivering cutting-edge, effective care. At LLC Cosmetic, we're redefining the beauty of healthy skin.